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An employee at the airport brought Chewy to the Connor and Millie's Dog Rescue, a local shelter where he is now being looked after. "We took him to the emergency vet and got him checked out immediately", Darlene Blair, of Connor & Millie's Dog Rescue, told the BBC. "He did have a bump on his head but in 24 hours it was gone. He is fine and healthy and is being well taken care of."
Darlene said the shelter had not been contacted by Chewy's owner. "We've had a lot of messages demanding we try to find her. The airport has been bombarded by people saying they need to find this woman.
"Chewy is going to be fine and this poor woman is out there somewhere and we don't want to draw her out. We are hoping with all our hearts that she has seen this and knows Chewy is safe and we hope she is safe.
"I wish this story would bring more attention to the fact it's a felony to abuse an animal but it's not a felony to abuse a woman."
originally posted by: TinySickTears
a reply to: gortex
This story made me wonder why the owner didn't take him to a shelter before skipping town.
Left him in the bathroom